Inside the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya.

The situation in the Kenya camp remains dire, more than six months after donors poured money and aid into the camp.

Many of our Somali women lived in Dadaab Refugee Camp.  During Ramadan Somali refugee, Amina , 42, considers herself lucky to be able to cook for others. A mother of 7 and foster mother to 4 more, she came to Kenya’s Dadaab refugee camp in 2006 from Mogadishu, Somalia. "In the afternoon, I go home and prepare to break the fast . I have a great big pot that we all share from. There are 18 of us. I cook whatever God puts in my pot."  Photos and text by Brendan Bannon for UNHCR

Many of our Somali women lived in Dadaab Refugee Camp. During Ramadan Somali refugee, Amina , 42, considers herself lucky to be able to cook for others. A mother of 7 and foster mother to 4 more, she came to Kenya’s Dadaab refugee camp in 2006 from Mogadishu, Somalia. "In the afternoon, I go home and prepare to break the fast . I have a great big pot that we all share from. There are 18 of us. I cook whatever God puts in my pot." Photos and text by Brendan Bannon for UNHCR

A refugee uses twigs and scraps of material to build a shelter for her family. There is no room for most new arrivals in the Dadaab camps, so the thousands of people who arrive every week must carve out a place for themselves in the surrounding desert. Doctors Without Borders estimates that by the end of 2011 there will be 500,000 people living in and around the camps, which were originally built to accommodate 90,000 Dadaab refugee camp - Photos - The Big Picture - Boston.com

Dadaab refugee camp

A photo gallery of work by Brendan Bannon who recently visited the crowded refugee camps in Dadaab, Kenya. The refugees are fleeing the violent conflict in Somalia and the devastating effects of ongoing drought and lack of food.

Dadaab refugee camp (in Kenya) - one of the largest and most dangerous refugee camps in the world. No place to be a child!

Dadaab refugee camp

A severely malnourished child in the Doctors Without Borders hospital in Dagahaley refugee camp. Malnutrition rates have skyrocketed in the camp since the crisis began earlier this year. (via Photography

2011; Dadaab refugee camp kenya..mother with children fleeing from dust strom

Why get on a boat? A mother stands with her six children outside a food distribution point in the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya.

Poet Nation- Song titled "Our Somali Flag" by Ahmed Mohamed Hassan from the Dadaab Refugee Camp  www.thePoetNation.com

This film was recorded in the Dadaab Refugee Camp. This song is about the Somali flag and all that it has gone through. Film by Poet Nation. Thank you to Riy.

In the Dadaab refugee camp, water is among the most precious of commodities to Somali refugees, who have fled a crushing drought and political strife in their homeland.

Horn of Africa: on the brink of a humanitarian crisis

How can we stop water from becoming a fashion victim? As water scarcity becomes ever more prevalent, the industry must re-evaluate how it impacts on our most precious resource // Two Somali girls watch water fill their jerry cans

My heart breaks for these mothers and their sick and starving children.  How can the world let this happen?  How can their country let this happen?  And they're dying every single day.  In huge numbers.  My heart breaks.  -  This is a woman caring for her malnourished child in the Dadaab Refugee Camp in Kenya, where Somalis fled to escape drought.

2011: The Year in Pictures

A woman caring for her malnourished child in July in the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya, where Somalis fled to escape drought.

Doves at Dadaab refugee camp, northeastern Kenya. by Roberto Schmidt

Animal Magic: Captivating Creatures

Doves at Dadaab refugee camp, northeastern Kenya. by Roberto Schmidt

Dadaab refugee camp - Photos - The Big Picture - Boston.com

Dadaab refugee camp

A photo gallery of work by Brendan Bannon who recently visited the crowded refugee camps in Dadaab, Kenya. The refugees are fleeing the violent conflict in Somalia and the devastating effects of ongoing drought and lack of food.

Thousands of Somalis have arrived at Kenya's Dadaab refugee camp in recent weeks

Horn of Africa tested by severe drought

Somalian refugees gather outside a food distribution point at the world's biggest refugee camp in Dadaab, Kenya.

Voices of Dadaab Documentary. Voices of Dadaab is a documentary (This is the full video) about Abdi Phenomenal of Poet Nation's return to the Dadaab Refugee Camp in Kenya where he spent 5 years as a child. The film also shows recent newcomers and those who have lived in Dadaab for twenty years and how they have made the best of their circumstances.    If you like this video please share it on Pinterest, Facebook or Twitter.

Voices of Dadaab Documentary. Dadaab Refugee Camp in Kenya.

A young Somali refugee boy and his terminally ill mother, Haretha Abdi at Dadaab refugee camp, near the border of Kenya and Somalia in the horn of Africa.

Dadaab refugee camp

Chez Chiara: Ramadan and the 2011 Somalia Famine: A Great Need for Zakat, Sadaqa, Charity; A Reluctant Response

Newly arrived #refugees at #Dadaab refugee camp, eastern #Kenya. © UNICEF/Riccardo Gangale

Newly arrived refugees at Dadaab refugee camp, eastern Kenya. For generic use

Climate of fear in Dadaab refugee camp leads many to consider repatriation.

Climate of fear in Dadaab refugee camp leads many to consider repatriation

UNHCR has been feverishly preparing shelter in the new Dadaab camps, but urgently needs more tents. UNHCR/ Brendan Bannon/ July UNHCR readies for transfer of Somali refugees to new camp areas DADAAB, Kenya, August 11 (UNHCR) – Staff fr Best Camping Areas

When refugees are forced to leave their home, they often do so with only a few possessions and the hope of keeping their families together.   What ONE THING would you take with you if you were forced to flee? This is the focus of this year's World Refugee Day, observed globally on 20 June. Find out more from UNHCR: http://unhcr.org/1family  Credit: Dadaab refugee camp, Kenya. INTERNEWS

Social media is bringing together a student group from the University of Toronto with young female scholars in Kenya who live in what has been called ‘the world’s largest refugee camp.

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